• PhysioRoom’s Top 5 Golf Injuries

    It’s Ryder Cup Weekend! The nature of golf means repetitive stress injuries are always on the cards. We’ve seen players like Tiger Woods quite literally break down from these injuries. The unnatural movements and places of strain/pressure in golf add up to create the perfect injury storm. That’s why here at PhysioRoom, we’re going to run … Read more

    Top 5 Most Common Cycling Injuries

    It’s time to take a look at some cycling injuries! ————————————————————- The 2018 UCI Road World Championships get under way this Sunday with our very own British team aiming for glory. Simon Yates, fresh off a victory in the Vuelta a Espana will be at the forefront of the mean’s team along with his twin brother … Read more

    Best Knee Braces for Recovering from an ACL Injury

    The dreaded ACL Knee Injury, every sportsman’s worst nightmare. It’s not just any injury, with that confirmation from a doctor comes a realisation that a difficult journey of recovery lies ahead. For professional athletes it’s almost a jail sentence, meaning they’re destined to spend their days locked in the physio room completing a long and … Read more

    Common Football Injuries Explored

    With World Cup fever at it’s height, PhysioRoom thought it was a good time to remind you of some of the most common injuries that have been, or might be sustained by the players out in Russia. Getting injured during such a vital time can be heartbreaking, just ask James Rodriguez how he felt watching … Read more

    Top 5 Most Common Running Injuries

    The beauty of running is in the simplicity. You just move your legs, you don’t really need much else, at least to begin with. But as you progress, running injuries may start to become a problem and you may want to protect yourself from harm. Running is one of the most popular forms of sporting … Read more

    Can Poor Posture Make you More Susceptible to Injuries?

    What is Posture? Do you remember that time in school when your teacher insisted that you ‘sit up straight!’? Sure, it’s likely more of an obedience and respect thing, but it was also some great advice for your posture, did you take it? If not, these days you might find yourself with random aches and … Read more

    The Commonwealth Games

    The Commonwealth Games got under way on Wednesday, and while the 71 nations come together to joyously celebrate Britain’s colonial past, we thought it would be a good time to remind you of some common track and field, cycling and general injuries. It was the beloved Prince Charles who kicked off the pomp and ceremony … Read more

    Proprioception Exercises

    In today's PhysioRoom Blog, we're going to look at some exercises you can use to improve or rebuild your proprioception after injury, or even to help prevent it in the first place. What is Proprioception? Proprioception allows humans to control their limbs without having to look directly at them, it's that overall sense of body ... Read more

    Returning to Sport After a Knee Injury

    We welcome Michael O’Doherty of Chiropractic Moves to give us some wise words on how to return to sport after a serious knee injury…   So you’ve had a bad knee injury and you’ve been through the surgery and done some rehab, but how do we decide when it is time to go back to sport? It’s … Read more

    5 Common Ice Hockey Injuries

    Winter Sports are very much in at the moment in the UK thanks to the Winter Olympics, and none more so than Ice Hockey. Here at PysioRoom, we have form for keeping an interest in Ice Hockey, following our link-up with the GB Ice Hockey team last year, and we’ll of course be cheering the … Read more